This is a 2010 NFL Mock Draft. I appreciate any comments or opinions. I don't have much to say, but the intro has to be at least 300 characterssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssss.
The Rams have picked o and d lineman over Matt Ryan and Mark Sanchez the past two years, and this year they do that again and take the best player in the draft. The Rams can hope that they can get Colt McCoy or another good QB in the later rounds.
The Lions take Gerald McCoy with the 2nd pick because DT is a huge need and some people think McCoy is even better than Suh.
Eric Berry is a playmaking safety who some are comparing to Ed Reed. He might be a little small for a safety, so he could become a CB. Although Berry makes plays no matter what position he plays
Mike Shanahan picks his QB of the future, and the combine and pro days will decide whether this pick is Bradford or Clausen. I think Bradford is the better QB because Clausen is only a one-year proved star in college football, and Bradford proved he is a great QB against good teams for many years.
Brandon Albert just isn't a NFL left tackle, and Russell Okung can take over at tackle and Albert can play his more natural position of guard.
Seattle is thrilled that St. Louis picks Suh because that means that it is very likely that one of the top two QBs will fall to them at pick 6. Clausen has great stats and is a very good QB, although I believe he is overrated.
Cleveland's defense was terrible last year, so they take the #1 corner in the draft with the seventh overall pick.
Al Davis loves taking athletic players, and Campbell is huge and supposed to run a fast forty. The Raiders also need better players on their offensive line, so this works out well for Oakland.
One of the reasons the Bill's QBs are so bad is because there on their back all the time. Davis is a great left tackle, and he can also help to open up holes for Marshawn Lynch and Fred Jackson.
The Jaguar's will most-likely not take Tebow with the 10th pick now because of his senior bowl performance, so the Jaguars take one of the best defensive players in the draft. Morgan could possibly go even higher than this because d-ends tend to rise (Tyson Jackson) leading up to draft day.
This pick will only happen if Brandon Marshall leaves Denver, which is very likely. Kyle Orton will need more weapons if he only has Moreno, Royal, and Stokely to work with.
Rolando McClain is the best linebacker in the draft, and Bill Parcells loves to draft linebackers.
The 49ers have had a hole at tackle for years, so the big physical Hawkeye can improve Frank Gore's play and give Shaun Hill more time to throw.
The Seahawks need a speedy, exciting running back to open up their passing game, and Spiller is the best RB in the draft. Spiller could be the only running back taken in the first round.
The Giants always stock up in the trenches, and DT happens to be a need for the Giants.
I think Pierre Paul is overrated, but some team will take him because of his "upside." The Titans defense wasn't good last year because of the loss of Albert Haynesworth.
Thomas is a playmaking safety and he fills a need for the 49ers D. Thomas is small for a safety, so he could also possibly play some corner.
Big Ben might be a better QB if he isn't running for his life while he plays. Trent Williams is a versatile player who can play many positions on the o-line.
This might be a little high for Kindle, but Mike Peterson will be 32 soon and Kindle could take over that weakside linebacker spot when Peterson moves on.
If the Texans ever want to defeat Peyton Manning, they will have to have many playmakers in their secondary. Wilson's stock has risen a lot because of his great senior bowl, and he went from a second round prospect to a mid first round prospect.
Since the Bengals signed Matt Jones, they don't need to pick a WR here, so they pick a great player who can start at TE for years to come. Gresham's stock has dropped because of his injury, and the Bengals will gladly take him with the 21st pick.
Sean Witherspoon is a great leader, and the Patriots defense struggled all year. The Pats also need more youthful linebackers to play alongside Jerod Mayo.
Charles Brown is a fast tackle who can improve the Packer's o-line quickly and protect Aaron Rodgers.
Carlos Dunlap drops a little because of his character concerns, but the Eagles won't let him get passed the 24th pick. The Eagles couldn't put any pressure on Tony Romo their last two games, and Dunlap is a great pass rusher.
Arrelious Benn is a fantastic player and his stock dropped since last season because of the terrible offense he was in at Illinois. He falls to the Ravens because the Bengals take Jermaine Gresham, and Mark Clayton is getting too old.
Dan Williams is too good of a player for the Cardinals to not take. He is a big space eating DT who can help Darnell Docket and the linebackers make tackles.
The Cowboys could take Mike Iupati here, but Taylor Mays is too big of a name for Jerry Jones to let by him. Mays is a hard hitting safety who some say can't cover, but I don't think JJ will mind. The Cowboys have had a hole at safety since Roy William's (safety) play has declined. Mays can play on running downs and give Gerald Sensabugh some rest to play on passing downs. The Cowboys have Michael Hamin (last years sixth round pick) to help the Cowboys passing defense. I think the Cowboys can take a guard/tackle (Vladimir Ducasse) in the second round to learn from the Cowboys veteran o-lineman and eventually develop into a starter.
The Chargers might lose Shawn Merriman to free agency, and outside of Luis Castillo, San Diego doesn't have much at d-end. Griffen could also help the Chargers pass rush.
Jerry Hughes is a great pass rusher and he could help ease the pain of Vernon Gholston's failures. Rex Ryan also loves taking defensive players and teach and develop them into starters.
The Vikings couldn't stop Drew Brees in the NFC Championship Game, and Patrick Robinson is one of the top three corners in the draft. He could learn from the veteran Antoine Winfield and become a very good player.
DT/DE isn't the biggest need for the Colts, but they usually draft for value. Also next year they will have some d-line free agents that they may not be able to retain.
Grahams great senior bowl week sneaks him into the first round of the draft. The saints defense is certainly not better than their offense, so they draft a good pass rusher to improve their d-line.